Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn calls for the party's MPs to "think again" after reports some are planning a "semi-split" of the party, while rival Owen Smith says Labour is on a "precipice".
JK Rowling praises fans for keeping the secrets of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, as the stage show opens in London after weeks of previews.
A hot air balloon catches fire and crashes in the US state of Texas, probably killing all 16 people on board, the local sheriff says.
Thousands of people attend a special Wembley event exactly 50 years since England's football team won the World Cup.
Lewis Hamilton says he hopes F1 does not come to regret the decision to delay the introduction of increased cockpit head protection.
One of two brothers arrested in Belgium in an anti-terror operation is charged with attempting to commit "terrorist murder".
Warrington Wolves will face Hull FC in the Challenge Cup final after thrashing Wakefield in their last-four tie at Leigh.
A "professional" cyber attack hits Russian government bodies, the country's intelligence service says.
Dozens of families have left besieged areas of the city of Aleppo along a humanitarian corridor, Syrian state media says.
As the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play premieres in London, the BBC grabbed a quick word with author JK Rowling.
England beat West Germany 4-2 at Wembley STadium to win their first and only World Cup and, to mark the 50th anniversary, we spoke to the match's hat-trick hero, Sir Geoff Hurst.
The friend of a man who killed a priest in France, who had tried to travel with him to Syria, was detained days before the attack, reports say.
Nico Rosberg pips Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pole position at the German Grand Prix in a dramatic qualifying session.
Hundreds of people hold protests in major cities across Australia after footage emerged showing boys being abused in juvenile detention.
Disruption is expected to continue all weekend for villagers in South Yorkshire who have been told not to drink tap water after bacteria was found.
Theresa May had "objections" to a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point during the days of the coalition, says the then Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable.
Sri Lanka win a Test match against Australia for just the second time, with the tourists setting a world record in defeat.
Thousands attend a mass celebrated by Pope Francis at a church dedicated to the late Polish Pope John Paul II in the city of Krakow.
Shoppers in England are on target to use six billion fewer plastic bags in the first year since a 5p charge for them was introduced, government data suggests.
Fans of the rapper reckon the standout line from her presidential nomination speech was inspired by a Lil Wayne mixtape.